Sunday April 2nd, 2017
8:00 AM - 4853 U.S. 17 North, Awendaw, SC 29429
100, 65, & 25 MILE ROUTE OPTIONS (with staggered start times)
Join us for the 2017 After the Bridge Run Ride! This classic, annual, Lowcountry bicycle ride winds through beautiful Francis Marion National Forest. The event raises money for the support of bicycle advocacy in the Lowcountry and around the state! The ride features beautiful scenery, quiet back country roads, multiple well stocked rest stops, post ride meal and entertainment.
Cost is $40 per rider with early bird registration until February 5th. The price will increase to $50 starting on February 6th. Online registration will close March 31st. Registrations during packet pick up or day of will be $60. Preregistered riders signed up by March 1st will be guaranteed to get a goody bag with an event t-shirt, rest stop and post ride food wristband, and other goodies. We will make more t-shirts based on registrations as of March 1st, but can not guarantee a t-shirt to those who sign up after March 1 or do day of registrations.
Please volunteer by filling out this GOOGLE FORM.
We need some volunteers to help out with the 2017 After the Bridge Run Ride. We are looking for people to help with: packet pick up, registration, parking, route, loistics, Support and Gear (SAG) driver, rest stops, set up, and tear down.
All volunteers will get a free event t-shirt, a free post ride meal and some post ride music.
We will have a volunteer meeting on March 14th at the Trek Bicycle Store of Charleston to discuss the details.
DATE: Sunday, April 2, 2017
TIME: 8am - 4pm
WHERE: Sewee Outpost (4853 U.S. 17 North, Awendaw, SC 29429)
PACKET PICK UP DETAILS - There will be two packet pickup locations this year - Mount Pleasant and West Ashley
DATE: Friday March 31st and Saturday April 1nd
TIME: Friday 11 am - 6pm | Saturday 11 am - 4pm
WHERE: Trek Bicycle Store of Mount Pleasant - 1180 Oakland Market Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466 OR
Trek Bicycle Store of Charleston - 2408 Ashley River Road, Charleston SC 29414
WHAT: Check in riders via registration website, make and hand out goody bags,
ROUTE MARKING DETAILS
DATE: March 19th & March 26th. (Other Dates TBD)
TIME: 8am - about 4 hours of marking roads with paint
WHERE: Meet at Sewee Outpost
WHAT: paint arrows on the pavement to mark the route. Must have car. Will be using spray paint.
PARKING, PRE-RIDE REGISTRATION, REST STOPS, LOGISTICS, SAG VEHICLE DRIVER
DATE: April 2nd
TIME: Pre-ride registration 6am - 8 or 9 am, Parking 6 am - 8 am, Logistics 6am - 4pm, Rest Stops 7:30 am - 3 pm
WHERE: Sewee Outpost
WHAT: Pre-ride registration: Sign up day of riders, hand out packets to day of packet pickups. Parking: help park cars and guide people to parking. Logistics: help deliver supplies to the rest stops, help set up/tear down rest stops. Rest Stops: man tent/table and hand out refreshments to riders. SAG drivers: must have vehicle with bike rack that carries 3 or 4 bikes and can transport same number of riders. SAG drivers patrol the route and help riders in distress - injuries, mechanical issues, fatigue and get them back to ride start/start stop.
Questions? Call Ride director, or email him at:
Please volunteer by filling out this GOOGLE FORM.
Come and join us for a romp around James Island and down to Folly Beach this Saturday. Since it is now December, the ride will start at 9:00 AM. We meet at the corner of Grimball Road and Folly Road in the parking lot of Gold’s Gym. The pace ranges from 17 MPH to over 20 MPH, depending on whom you choose to ride with and how hard the wind is blowing.
Please wear your helmet, have something for hydration, and bring tools, supplies and knowhow to change a flat. I usually bring up the rear, so if you’re unsure you can keep up the pace, come anyway and we’ll work it out. There are lots of places to cut off miles if that is an issue.
Join some out of town bike enthusiasts for a bike mixer social!
A large group of out of town cyclists, who are descending on Charleston for week of bike riding in the lowcountry have invited the Coastal Cyclists and all local cyclists to join them for a social event at their home away from home, The Palmer Home B&B.
There will be beer, wine, and light hors d'oeuvres.
All cyclists are welcome to join.
Parking legend and ride registration layout. Disregard the disc golf images. You will be directed to park in parking 1 first.
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Want to submit a local ride? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the particulars. We will need the following to publish a ride on the website:
- Ride start location
- Ride start time
- Route description or link to map of route
- Speed of ride
- Day of week ride is held
- Ride leader
- Email and phone number of ride leader
- General description of ride and expectation of riders
You can join our free Yahoo group by navigating to this URL and signing up. It's free! It's another great way to communicate with club members and friends.
We are happy to announce that Sticky Fingers will be the food vendor for the 2014 After the Bridge Run. They will be bringing their award winning BBQ and sides to refuel the riders after a long day of riding! They will also have vegetarian options available.
We need all cyclists to descend on Charleston City hall tomorrow for the council meeting in regards to the bike lane on the Ashley River Bridge.
Charleston Moves, Charleston City Hall, Broad and Meeting Street
Friends, Supporters, Human beings who understand that making the Ashley River Bridge safely accessible to walkers/runners/cyclists is a NO BRAINER, we need you to show up at City Council, Tuesday, 5 pm. And call City Council members Moody, Waring and Alexander in the meantime.
Get more info here - https://www.facebook.com/events/222994767905963/